100 Year Lifestyle chiropractors have been providing primary care with a natural flair to their communities for decades. However, many people still don’t know that chiropractic care is primary care, and many people, such as the established medical community, just don’t want to believe it.
Let’s step back for a moment. Primary care is usually defined as the day-to-day healthcare given by a healthcare provider. Specifically, the primary care provider is the first and main point of contact for a person within a healthcare system. In the US and most western countries, the general practitioner has been supported by the established medical community as the unquestioned primary care provider.
According to the Harvard Health Blog:
Primary care physicians (PCPs) are generalists who see adult patients for common ailments including respiratory infections, headaches, back pain, and urinary infections. They also manage chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, anxiety, and depression. In addition, PCPs have expertise in managing multiple treatments, medications, and the interactions between them.
This illness centered approach to primary care, my friends, is how you enter into the never-ending world of polypharmacy, disease mongering, pain, expense, and fear.
If you don’t believe that preventative care is a vaccine, that the only effective treatment is a pill, that early detection takes the place of prevention, and that management of pain is the best that can be done—then you need a chiropractor as your primary care provider.
According to webmd.com, patients go to a chiropractor to:
Foster overall wellbeing
Would you rather take your children to your primary healthcare provider to keep them well, or because they are sick?
Would you rather wait until your body is not functioning properly to see your primary healthcare provider, or see them to keep your body functioning properly?
Do you want to be prescribed medications for immunity, or learn to live a healthy 100 Year Lifestyle and support your body’s Innate Intelligence in maintaining a strong immune system?
Do you want to live 100% for 100 years, or not?
The choice is yours.
Depending on how you answered these questions, you might be one of the millions of Americans who should be seeking out a chiropractor as your primary care provider. 100 Year Lifestyle providers are here to help you and your loved ones with your day to day healthcare. Start the conversation today. Make primary care with a natural flair the cornerstone of your health and wellness lifestyle.